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    I have a old Iphone 2g (org). I updated it to 3.1 through Itunes initially. Since I have downgraded it (by restoring phone using 3.0) I can not jailbreak the device.

    I have tried the pwnage tool and everything works great, just can't get it into DFU mode.

    I also tried Redsnow and could not get it into DFU.

    Any ideas guys/gals??



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    Hi
    I know this is likely a stupid question but are you doing it correctly as per the link below.

    http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=1034
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    Don't use DFU mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowfodder View Post
    Don't use DFU mode.
    Thats true,

    You can't really go wrong with a 2G no matter what you do

    But Im not sure why the OP needs DFU, maybe to redsn0w JB 3.0?
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